Animation work for an installation that forms part of the ‘View From The Crowd’ exhibition at Kensington Palace Museum. The show looks back at Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations that took place in 1897. The installation, produced by New Angle Productions, uses animations projected onto an array of staggered sheets that catch the image. Audiences can move in amongst the sheets to immerse themselves in the re-created scenes of Victoria’s Jubilee parade.
I was responsible for illustrating silhouettes of characters taken from the original pamphlet for the parade, then animating them to march in front of large crowds. These were then projected onto the screens to form the installation.
New Angle specialise in content for museums – thanks to David Bickerstaff and Beverley Garrett whom I worked with to complete the project.